Preliminary Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 01/Apr/2019
7:30am
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8:30am
Breakfast (meal provided by the conference)
Location: Chesapeake/General Vessey Ballroom
7:30am
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5:00pm
Registration desk open
8:30am
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10:00am
Kentaro Toyama: Technology’s Law of Amplification, and What It Means for iSchools
10:00am
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10:30am
Break
10:30am
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12:00pm
Papers 1: Scientific Work and Data Practices
Location: 2110/2111/2112
Chair: Michael Lesk, Rutgers University
 

Surfacing Data Change in Scientific Work

D. Paine, L. Ramakrishnan

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, United States of America



Understanding Hackathons for Science: Collaboration, Affordances, and Outcomes

E. P. P. Pe-Than, J. D. Herbsleb

Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America



A comparative study of biological scientists’ data sharing between genome sequence data and lab experiment data

Y. Kim

University of Kentucky, United States of America

Papers 2: Methodological Concerns in (Big) Data Research
Location: 2100/2101/2102
Chair: Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
 

Methodological Transparency and Big Data: A Critical Comparative Analysis of Institutionalization

M. R. Sanfilippo1, C. McCoy2

1: Princeton University, United States of America; 2: Indiana University, United States of America



Spanning the Boundaries of Data Visualization Work: An Exploration of Functional Affordances and Disciplinary Values

J. Snyder1, K. Shilton2

1: University of Washington, Seattle, WA; 2: University of Maryland, College Park, MD



Modeling the process of information encountering based on the analysis of secondary data

T. Jiang1,2, S. Fu1, Q. Guo1, E. Song1

1: School of Information Management, Wuhan University, China, People's Republic of; 2: Center for Studies of Information Resources, Wuhan University, Wuhan, Hubei, China, People‘s Republic of

Papers 3: Concerns about “Smart” Interactions and Privacy
Location: 0105
Chair: Irene Lopatovska, Pratt Institute
 

Understanding the Role of Privacy and Trust in Intelligent Personal Assistant Adoption

Y. Liao1, J. Vitak1, P. Kumar1, M. Zimmer2, K. Kritikos2

1: University of Maryland, College Park, United States of America; 2: University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, United States of America



Eliciting Privacy Concerns for Smart Home Devices from a User Centered Perspective

C. Chhetri, V. Motti

George Mason University, United States of America



A Study of Usage and Usability of Intelligent Personal Assistants in Denmark

T. Bogers, A. A. A. Al-Basri, C. Ostermann Rytlig, M. E. Bak Møller, M. Juhl Rasmussen, N. K. Bates Michelsen, S. Gerling Jørgensen

Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark

Papers 4: Identity Questions in Online Communities
Location: 0101
Chair: Denise E. Agosto, Drexel University
 

“Autsome”: Fostering an Autistic Identity in an Online Minecraft Community for Youth with Autism

K. E Ringland

Northwestern University, United States of America



Skins for Sale: Linking Player Identity, Representation, and Purchasing Practices

A. Reza5, S. Chu5, Z. Khan1, A. Nedd2, A. Castillo3, D. L Gardner4

1: Stony Brook University, Long Island, New York; 2: Penn State University, Pennsylvania; 3: College of Westchester, White Plains, NY; 4: University of California, Irvine, United States of America; 5: N/A



Looking for Group: Live Streaming Programming for Small Audiences

T. Faas, L. Dombrowski, E. Brady, A. Miller

Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, United States of America

SIE 1: Education for the Information Professions
Location: Patuxent Room
 

Education for the Information Professions

H. Julien, S. Oh, C. Chu

SIE 2: How do we promote public engagement with science?
Location: Chasen Family Room
 

How do we promote public engagement with science?

N. Hara, C. McKay, B. Yu, Y. Zhang, T. Chen, P. T. Darch, L. Lee

iSchool Partnerships and Practices, Part 1 of 3
Location: 1105
Chair: Elke Greifeneder, Humboldt-University Berlin

Collaborating with Industry: Best Practices & Lessons Learned

 

Data-Driven Innovation: Managing a Project Including Multiple Business Partners

S. Cronholm

University of Borås, Sweden



Title of submission: Innovation recognition as a knowledge management practice in an iSchool: an ongoing experience from Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)

J. Conesa, E. Santamaria, J. Cobarsi-Morales

Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain



Community and Industrial Partnerships for Improved Faculty Research and Student Experience in Biomedical Informatics

H. Wu

IUPUI, United States of America

Graduate Program Directors
Location: Offsite: College of Information Studies Room 2119

invite only

12:00pm
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1:30pm
Lunch break (meal provided by the conference)
Location: Chesapeake/General Vessey Ballroom
SP1: Elsevier: Building Research Data Management Librarian Academy (RDMLA)
Location: Chesapeake/General Vessey Ballroom
 

Building Research Data Management Librarian Academy (RDMLA)

E. Martin2, R. Tang1, S. Erdelez1

1: Simmons University, United States of America; 2: Harvard Medical School, United States of America

iSchools Meeting 4A: All Heads of iSchools, Part 1 of 2
Location: Chasen Family Room
Chair: Sam Oh, Sungkyunkwan University

Invite Only

 
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Papers 5: Measuring and Tracking Scientific Literature
Location: 2110/2111/2112
Chair: Peter Darch, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 

Dead science: most resources linked in biomedical articles disappear in eight years

T. Zeng1,2, A. Shema1, D. Acuna1

1: School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, United States of America; 2: School of Information Management, Nanjing University, China



Are papers with open data more credible? An analysis of open data availability in retracted PLoS articles

M. Lesk1, J. Bially Mattern2, H. Moulaison Sandy3

1: Rutgers, United States of America; 2: Villanova, United States of America; 3: University of Missouri, United States of America



The Spread and Mutation of Science Misinformation

A. Korsunska

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA



Exploring Scholarly Impact Metrics in Receipt of Highly Prestigious Awards

D. J. Lee1, K. Mutya2, B. E. Herbert1, E. V. Mejia1

1: University Libraries, Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2: Industrial and Systems Engineering Department, Texas A&M University, United States of America

Papers 6: Limits and Affordances of Automation
Location: 2100/2101/2102
Chair: Radhika Garg, Syracuse University
 

Automating Documentation: A critical perspective into the role of artificial intelligence in clinical documentation

M. A. Willis1, M. H. Jarrahi2

1: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford. OX1 3JS, UK; 2: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC 27599, USA



Toward Three-Stage Automation of Detecting and Classifying Human Values

E. Ishita1, S. Fukuda1, T. Oga1, D. Oard2, K. Fleischmann3, Y. Tomiura1, A.-S. Cheng4

1: Kyushu University, Japan; 2: University of Maryland, USA; 3: The University of Texas at Austin, USA; 4: National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan



Illegal Aliens or Undocumented Immigrants? Towards the Automated Identification of Bias by Word Choice and Labeling

F. Hamborg1, A. Zhukova1, B. Gipp2

1: University of Konstanz, Germany; 2: University of Wuppertal, Germany

Papers 7: Collecting Data about Vulnerable Populations
Location: 0105
Chair: Amelia Acker, University of Texas at Austin
 

Documenting the Undocumented: Privacy and Security Guidelines for Humanitarian Work with Irregular Migrants

S. Vannini1, R. Gomez1, B. C. Newell2

1: University of Washington; 2: University of Kentucky



Applying photovoice to the study of Asian immigrants’ information needs

S. Khoir1, J. T. Du2, R. M. Davison3

1: Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia; 2: University of South Australia; 3: City University of Hong Kong



Investigating Health Self-Management among Immigrant College Students with Depression

J. Dodson1, J. Thang2, N. Saint Preux3, C. Frye4, L. Ly5, J. Murrieta6, L. Sun4, E. V. Eikey7

1: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; 2: Indiana University, Bloomington; 3: College of Westchester; 4: University of Pittsburgh; 5: University of Washington; 6: University of Maryland, College Park; 7: University of California, Irvine



Proposing “Mobile, Finance, and Information” Toolkit for Financial Inclusion of the Poor in Developing Countries

D. Potnis1, B. Gala2

1: University of Tennessee at Knoxville, United States of America; 2: Central University of Gujarat, India

Papers 8: Supporting Communities Through Public Libraries and Infrastructure
Location: 0101
Chair: Rachel Ivy Clarke, Syracuse University
 

Intentionality, Interactivity, and Community: A Conceptual Framework for Professional Development in Children’s Librarianship

J E. Mills1, K. Campana2

1: University of Washington, United States of America; 2: Kent State University, United States of America



The Role of Community Data in Helping Public Libraries Reach and Serve Underserved Communities

K. Campana1, J. E. Mills2, M. H. Martin2

1: Kent State University, United States of America; 2: University of Washington, United States of America



Participatory Development of an Open Source Broadband Measurement Platform for Public Libraries

C. Rhinesmith1, C. Ritzo2, G. Bullen2, J. Werle3, A. Gamble1

1: Simmons University, United States of America; 2: Open Technology Institute, New America, United States; 3: Internet2, United States



Rural Broadband and Advanced Manufacturing: Research Implications for Information Studies

S. H. Oh, M. A. Mardis

Florida State Unviersity, United States of America

SIE 3: Playing around: Informing, including, and inspiring youth-centered information researchers
Location: Patuxent Room
 

Playing around: Informing, including, and inspiring youth-centered information researchers

M. Cahill, R. Morris, D. E. Agosto, K. Gavigan, S. Barriage

iSchools Meeting 4B: All Heads of iSchools, Part 2 of 2
Location: Chasen Family Room
Chair: Sam Oh, Sungkyunkwan University

Invite Only

Blue Sky Paper 1
Location: 1105
Chair: John King, University of Michigan
 

Disrupting the Coming Robot Stampedes: Designing Resilient Information Ecologies

P. G. Feldman1,2, A. Dant2, W. Lutters1

1: University of Maryland, Baltimore County, United States of America; 2: ASRC Federal

Graduate Program Directors
Location: 1311

invite only

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break
3:30pm
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5:00pm
Papers 9: Information Behaviors in Academic Environments
Location: 2110/2111/2112
Chair: Wu Dan, Wuhan University
 

From Gridiron Gang to Game Plan: Impact of ICTs on Student Athlete Information Seeking Practices, Routines, and Long-Term Goals

V. Grimaldi1, J. Figueroa2, J. Sullivan3, B. Dosono4

1: Suffolk University, United States of America; 2: Clemson University, United States of America; 3: University of Maryland, College Park; 4: Syracuse University, United States of America



Mobile News Processing: University Students’ Reactions to Inclusion/Exclusion-Related News

K. E. Oh, R. Tang

Simmons University, United States of America



Sexual Information Behavior of Filipino University Students

D. A. D. Dorado1, K. L. B. Obille1, R. P. P. Garcia1, B. S. Olgado1,2

1: University of the Philippines, Philippines; 2: University of California, Irvine

Papers 10: Data-Driven Storytelling and Modeling
Location: 2100/2101/2102
Chair: Matthew Andrew Willis, University of Oxford
 

Engaging the Community Through Places: An User Study of People's Festival Stories

X. Wang, T. Knearem, H. J. Yoon, H. Jo, J. Lee, J. Seo, J. M. Carroll

Pennsylvania State University, United States of America



Understanding Partitioning and Sequence in Data-Driven Storytelling

Z. Zhao1, N. Elmqvist1, R. Marr1, J. Shaffer2

1: University of Maryland, College Park, United States of America; 2: United States Naval Academy



Modeling adoption behavior for innovation diffusion

E. Zhou1, D. Li1, A. Madden1, Y. Chen1, Y. Ding2, Q. Kang1, H. Su1

1: School of Information Management, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China; 2: School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University, Bloomington,United States

Papers 11: Online Activism
Location: 0105
Chair: Colin Rhinesmith, Simmons University
 

Information Bridges: Understanding the Informational Role of Network Brokerages in Polarised Online Discourses

P. Yan

University of Oxford, United Kingdom



Putting the “Move” in Social Movements: Assessing the Role of Kama Muta in Online Activism

J. Pierre

UCLA, United States of America



Crowdsourcing Change: A novel vantage point for investigating online petitioning platforms

S. Dhanorkar, M. B. Rosson

Pennsylvania State University, United States of America

Papers 12: Digital Libraries, Curation and Preservation
Location: 0101
Chair: Ricky Punzalan, University of Maryland College of Information Studies
 

Understanding Change in a Dynamic Complex Digital Object: Reading Categories of Change out of Patch Notes Documents

A. Gursoy1, K. M. Wickett2, M. Feinberg3

1: University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 2: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; 3: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA



Save Point/s: Competing Values and Practices in the Field of Video Game Preservation

B. S. Olgado1,2

1: University of California, Irvine, United States of America; 2: University of the Philippines, Diliman, Philippines



Characterizing Same Work Relationships in Large-Scale Digital Libraries

P. Organisciak, S. Shetenhelm, D. F. A. Vasques, K. Matusiak

University of Denver, United States of America



Prevalence and use of the term “business model” in the digital cultural heritage institution professional literature

K. Eschenfelder1, K. Shankar2

1: University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America; 2: University College Dublin

SIE 4: Undergraduate Data Science Education in iSchools: Current Practices and Future Directions
Location: Patuxent Room
 

Undergraduate Data Science Education in iSchools: Current Practices and Future Directions

L. Hagen, M. Zamir, J. Andrews, D. Hamerly

SIE 5: Family Matters: Studying Information Phenomena Within the Context of the Family
Location: Chasen Family Room
 

Family Matters: Studying Information Phenomena Within the Context of the Family

S. Barriage, N. Dalmer, L. Bowler, D. Greyson, E. M. Meyers, J. C. Yip

iSchool Partnerships and Practices, Part 2 of 3
Location: 1105
Chair: Marcelo Milrad

New Teaching Concepts at iSchools

 

Teaching Functional Coding Skills: Designing assignments that challenge, inspire, and support

J. Proctor

University of Maryland - College Park, United States of America



Relevance in Learning: connecting research and practice through participatory course design

L. Pavlovsky

Rutgers University, United States of America



INSiDR – a multi-disciplinary industrial graduate school in digital retailing

C. Sönströd1, J. Balkow1, U. Johansson2, T. Müllern2, M. Sundström1

1: University of Borås, Sweden; 2: Jönköping University, Sweden

 
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